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Please help rangers save species
You were born on the eve of the greatest extinction crisis since the dinosaurs disappeared. The impact of our species – from plastic to poaching to pesticides – is about to cause a wave of extinction that our planet hasn’t seen for 65 million years.
In as little as 100 years – unless we scale up protection – tigers, elephants, rhinos, gorillas, pangolins, chimpanzees, turtles, reefs, orangutans, snow leopards, sun bears and jaguars could all be gone.
But there is still time. If we can act now and slow the destruction of our natural world, then we can still save these marvellous animals.
And we need your help to do that.
We’re asking for donations to help protect those marvellous species from poachers guns. Your donations could help make a massive difference to our ranger teams – allowing them to stay on the move, looking out for signs of poaching, and keeping species safe. Without this, endangered animals could be left defenceless.
Just £30 could help pay for motorbike rental. This enables our teams to move between community sites in the countries they work in – helping and educating local people on how to protect the wildlife on their doorstep. This is one of the most effective and efficient ways to protect species in the long term.
Or one extremely generous gift of £154 could help pay for one incident of human-tiger conflict mitigation. This is where out emergency response teams deploy to the field in a moment’s notice to potentially save the life of a tiger and the livelihood of a community. It’s vital for our long-term plan in the region that these incidents don’t have bloody endings, and your donations could be what stops that happening.
So please, help save tigers, turtles, rhinos, reefs, pangolins, red pandas, gorillas, geckos and the thousands of species in between. We can’t do this without you.
Fauna & Flora International (FFI) is the world’s oldest conservation charity. Over the last 100 years, we have literally saved species from extinction and even – with the help of our vice president, Sir David Attenborough – helped bring mountain gorillas back from the brink. We work to protect plants and animals around the globe, and spend 94% of our income on charitable activities.
That’s why we’re sure that – if everyone reading this donates whatever small amount they can spare – we can turn this dreadful situation around.
If you value the natural world – if you think it should be protected for its own sake as well as humanity’s – then please support Fauna & Flora International.
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